Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Technology always wins...err...loses?

Louisville, Kentucky's Courier-Journal has an item Tuesday by Bill Wolfe that describes the issue with yesterday's issue, as it were. It seems that the paper had made changes to their printing process this Fall, including a new plant, the use of completely new paper, and more dependence on computers, causing some problems in the last few months - but not so much of late. I especially liked the comments of Michael Przybylek, vice president of production, who said that "this is all computerized, so everything has to be perfect," when describing the new hardware and setup.

Short term problems, long term benefits, one would think. But it's still a bummer if you don't get your paper in the morning.


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